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personnel were on the ground making preparations >> reporter:--the syrian regime elements were told to prepare for an attack with gas masks >> reporter:--and syrian rockets, launched at the time of the attack, came from government controlled areas. >> at least 1429 syrians were killed and this attack including at least 426 children. >> reporter: secretary of state john kerry made it clear that they are seeking airlines allies. but they will make its decision on its own time line and based
on american interest. live in studio with the syrian expert at 545. catherine? to >> catherine: now to a developing story. the bay bridge shutdown. crews are trying to hook up the new eastern span, before the tuesday re- opening deadline. while bay area drivers -- come up with alternate routes to the east bay. you're looking live at the view - from our helicopter partnership with abc7 news. we'll have more on the traffic impact in a moment. but first lets get a to dan kerman. he's live at the bay bridge toll palza. with a construction update. dan? >> reporter: we have a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. an unusal sight -- no commuters -- just work crews. >> reporter: now we are focused on tuesday morning in all is on schedule. if you look right here this is
the open side of the toll plaza appeared yesterday they were still punching holes in be pavement. and a grinding it up. now is clearly black talk. the vehicle over here is striking the area so they are making a lot of progress here. not just this location but throughout the area. here is the spokesman for the bay bridge. >> over the next 24 hours will focus on lighting, maintenance, in cleaning. demolition is on track and that should be wrapping up tomorrow evening. and here at the toll plaza at all grinding is completed. 20 percent on the east side deck and all work is on schedule and things are looking really gut. >> reporter: this is our
favorite thing today it looks like a go kart but is striping the area along the oakland side of the bay bridge toll plaza. typically this vehicle is hooked on to a much larger vehicle. but today electress gone down to a gold card. gold card go- cart. >> catherine: to find out now where all the drivers are. grant lodes is back with a look at the roads. grant? >> reporter:this morning wan't too bad.but this evening is a different story. some people may have taken the day off.but now the holiday weekend get-away is adding congestion. this is a live look at the golden gate bridge. very slow heading north out of san francisco. the san mateo bridge is also
doing heavy lifting without the bay bridge in play. now a live look at speeds throughout the bay area. >> reporter: now we will take a live look as speaks. speeds. we just saw the speed there if your getting into the east bay not too bad there. but when you leave san for the fiscal and cross the bridge of very slow same market is not too bad. the golden gate bridge highway one and all the way here to the richmond center fell it's very slow. richmond
amber fell bridge does not look to be too bad. tracking traffic all evening. >> catherine: we'll keep you updated on the bay bridge shutdown. you can also get the latest on our website. kron4-dot- com. and on our new kron4 mobile app. there's a special section devoted to the bridge work. you can also sign up for breaking news on your phone. >> catherine: police are trying to get to the bottom of a double homicide in a quiet east bay city. it happened in pinole -- marking the first and second murders of the year. and as kron4's haaziq madyun reports. it was the suspect who called police. >> reporter:an overnight 911-call leads homicide in pinole >>"yes one man one woman both over the age of 50" >> reporter:pinole police lt. neil gang says a 25- year-old man inside the home here on tara hills drive made the emergency call at
around 2:30am >>"a subsequent search of the house revealed25-year- old pinole resident into custody" >> reporter:investigators say also in the home at the time of the incident was a female adult with 3-small childrennone of them were injuredproperty records indicate the home is owned by a nona floresneighbors tell me that a man suffering from some sort of mental illness lives here as wellpolice say they will wait for the coroner to make the positive i.d.s however as far as the connection between the 25-year-old suspect and the two murder victims >>"there are some conflicting stories but they are family members" >> reporter:in pinole haaziq madyun kron4news >> catherine: we have a closer look at the neighborhood where this happened. this a google earth view. of the 11=hundred block of tara hills drive in pinole.
neighbors tell kron-4 -- stories... >> reporter: >> catherine: coming up at five. a south bay substitute teacher is facing child porn charges. the disturbing evidence. prosecutors say they have. then -- 315 square miles have now burned. what it's like on the ground -- battling the yosemite >> catherine: but first -- she was told her autistic child should be euthanized. how that mother is now turning a hate filled experience -- into a positive one. unbelievable.
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>> catherine: a hate-filled letter sent to the family of an autistic teenager has prompted a mother to respond. >> catherine: someone wrote that her 13 year old son max was useless. saying in part - he would be of better use if his 'non- retarded' organs were donated. the boy's mother - karla begley wrote in part.. >> catherine: "i will not stoop to an insulting level. what i have to say is about tolerance, acceptance and respect for kids with special needs. >> catherine: "people with special needs are people first. they have every right others do. >> catherine: instead of glares, i wish people would give smiles. instead of anger toward parents, i wish people would be more understanding. " she says that she has had a lot of community support.and it has restored her faith in humanity: >>still ahead. >> catherine: the new warning that tylenol wants to make sure you see. but first -- millions of americans are hitting the road. the most popular spots for vacation.
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>> catherine: in san jose. a substitute teacher charged with having child pornography was in court today. a plea -- but as kron four's rob fladeboe reports -- police say he had 2-thousand pornographic photos at his >> reporter:maira lucasero isn't sure whether her daughter, a 3rd grader here at san jose's edenvale elementary, was ever in a class taught by brian westfall but she's worried nonetheless. >> i tell my daughter to keep away from things that seem wrong for people she does not now. no >> reporter: tracked down through san jose pd's internet crimes against children task force, 39-year-old brian westfall has been a substitute teacher here at edenvale since 2006. prior to that
he worked in the ymca's after-school daycare program here at symonds elementary. westfall made a brief appearencei n court friday afternoon where he was charged with one count of possessing child pornography. i if convicted he could go to jail for three years. >> we will see what the evidence shows. >> reporter:based on interviews had contact with westfall, police say that so far, there is no evidence of any inappropriate conduct. a spokeswoman for the ymca says that westfall, who last worked for them nine years ago, passed all background checks. police and parents like maira lucasero want to be sure westfall was not involved in any other illegal activity. >> i am glad that they caught him on time. >> reporter:in san jose -- there were two officer- involved shootings within hours today. first -- around one-am in the area of king road and
alum rock avenue. police spotted a car matching the description of a wanted armed robber. officers say the driver took off when they tried to pull over the car. they shot the man - who is now in custody. then -- at 5-am, there was an armed robbery at a safeway near meridian and san carlos roads. police say they shot at the suspect when he didn't surrender. >> catherine: they missed -- but the man then gave himself up. >> reporter: lots of sunshine of around the bay area and a lot of eighties temperatures to. in the inland temperatures have been hot for this afternoon in the mid-90s. her fairfield all the way up to 94 degrees. a look outside right now at the golden gate bridge. the chapter does not
look so bad, the traffic doesn't look so nice but the weather shore does. we will see the fog done to the field into the bank was floor cleanliness tomorrow morning the temperature is not as warm tomorrow and for sunday a weather system is coming our way coming off the pacific. things are clear right now but off the northwest there is a storm system here. these two are going to come together by sunday and bring in a chance for a couple of isolated light showers. for the sierra on sunday otherwise partly sunny skies. last of smoke for that from that yosemite fire. temperatures
for the bay area for saturday afternoon as some are mostly sunny skies. temperatures are a lot cooler and lamb with upper 80s and lower 90s as opposed to mid-90s, as we saw today. look for low 80s midway and at less look ahead for the rest of the holiday weekend. >> reporter: clouds and sunshine mixed and monday morning clouds and afternoon sunshine with a miami trend has begun to next week. and you get the weather any time with kron4's new mobile app. with kron4's new mobile app. weather, traffic and news anytime you need it. download it today. catherine? >> catherine: millions of americans are hitting the road for the labor day weekend. more company at the
airport and on the highway. on the plus side --bad. karin kay-fuh has the story. >> reporter: the number of americans traveling for labor day are up. 22. million americans will be traveling by car with lower gas prices lower than last year. on the second busiest day monday september 2nd for the best return. internationally can conquer the labor day weekend may be the unofficial end of summer but it will not be told and of the weekend a lot of
travelers are looking for to fall. the most popular fall activity according to the server and are vista vineyards. kron 4 news >> catherine: and a look at where gas prices stand here in the bay area. paying an average of 3-90. in oakland and san jose --- >> reporter:next. bay area airport workers walk off job. what it means for holiday travel plans. but first. n-b-a star lamar odom might have some trouble keeping up with the kardashians. his run-in with the law. ♪
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charge. was pulled over on a southern california freeway officials spotted odom driving a white mercedes erratically, but only going about 50 miles-per-hour. tmz posted this picture of the suv at the tow yard. >> reporter:odom was arrested and booked on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly drugs. the l-a times reports odom failed field sobriety tests, and refused any chemical tests. he was later released from jail on 15-thousand dollars bail with a promise to appear in court. odom is currently a free agent.and he and klohe are issues. >> reporter: catch all your entertainment news right here on kron4. the o-m-g insider starts at 7:00, followed by entertainment tonight at 7:30. >> catherine: at the box office this weekend. everything from thrillers to
a documentary about a boy in now showing. >> reporter: if your preteen daughter has not already told you that one direction as the preteen british band that sings in the group. the first british band to have their first two albums they be an and #one in the u.s.. one direction, this is us, and box offices. >> reporter: getting behind the wheel and followed instructions from a mysterious man. selenic gomez appears and get away. >> reporter: and illegal and
legal flit closed circuit, a mix of danger and conspiracy the pair must keep their pact at day. closed circuit is rated r kron4 news. >> catherine: coming up at 5:30. hundreds of miles -- up in flames. how much progress crews are making agains the yosemite wildfire. and the bay bridge shutdown. >>where drivers are facing a slow commute. [ male announcer ] at sizzler...
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tonight -- kron4 has a crew in the yosemite area. kron4's philippe djegal for ground crews. thick of it. side of this road. point into yosemite national park. >> catherine: there are still homes in committees in danger? >> reporter: they're still some homes are under evacuation advisory. they were unable to employ tactics because the weather has been so hot and dry. the working very closely with public information officers to keep those directly affected by the fire very well informed. >> catherine: i was going to
ask you about the weather jan? the bottom line not so good today. >> >> reporter: the weather is our biggest challenge. >> reporter: yes we are looking at both of the acreage of the fire at a higher elevation and dozens of firefighters are focusing on the west side of population so in may take several weeks to get this maintained. >> catherine: were there are few people able to to go home today? >> reporter: there were some folks that were able to return to their home and
that of our goal. we do appreciate the cooperation of the people in the area helping us during this time. >> catherine: and killed. >> reporter:the fire hasn't reached this area yet, but it's coming. and, fire fighters know they're work could save precious land from being destroyed. >> trying to pull some of it away. we do not want to get up and to the show trees which mccall spotting. >> reporter:captain mike morgenlaender works for the san rafael fire department. of the office of emergency services. he and the other fire
fighters sawing off branches and eliminating any fuels. >> reporter:before crews come in and perform a controlled burn in this area. fire officials say they are burning this area on their terms. before the fire comes in. >> reporter:this was, they hope to stop the wildfire from crossingand, further into yosemite national park. fire fighters say the controlled burn will happen sometime over the weekend. as for the restoration efforts. how to restore this prestine forest and yosemite national park. well, the u-s park service says within the next couple of weeks. >> reporter:they're going to start bringing in soil experts anf other scientists to examine the water shed impact. the impact to wildlife. >> reporter:and, then determine how to bring all of this land back to where it was. in tuolumne county, philippe djegal, kron four news
>> catherine: coming up with different ways to get to the east bay. the toll plaza at the bay bridge there was just a work vehicle there with no drivers. something you do not see every day? >> reporter: this is a live look at the golden gate bridge. since we will give you a look like look at the san mateo bridge. saying the deal slow traffic. now take a live look as you can see any way tried to go and 101 north is going to be very slow. the san mateo bridge, and we slow jog we showed you that. any bridge at 7
cisco and the peninsula it will be pretty slow. the bay bridge remains shut down. catherine? come up with alternate >> catherine: just a day after an east bay wide strike of fast food workers. 180 oakland airport food and retail workers are walking off the job. they are protesting unfair labor practices by their employer, host international, kron 4's terisa estacio reports. >> these are benefits that are basic needs that and
they're trying to take our health care and pension plan. no raises in the next five years and even though we work more than eight hours there paying less and those are the main issues. >> reporter: at the same time when it comes to the people flying in using the airport today how is your strike affecting those people? will they be able to buy food, at sarah? >> there will be long lines and it will be waiting 30 minutes or more for a cup of coffee. we are sorry about that but we have to be out here the cannot afford to lose this is as important. we will be your all day. >> reporter: you heard them
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be american action reaction be? >> reporter: >> they're not going to endorse the intervention but it will be glad that is taking place. >> catherine: why is it always be used as to where are the other like the your pants? europeans >> we are the ones that have the power to do it and they know it. in fact, is also the case, that we that is false to us. it because >> raging change is what we heard during peak bush
there we do not know if this is going to hand but the call is not all the money changed this government. >> catherine: you brought up the bush and ministration. so, why should people trust this intelligence? >> first of all because president bush wanted the iraqi war >> pam: to finish the job that his father had not finished. president obama does not want this war. he does not want to go back to the middle east. there are very little rounds of
chemical weapons are being used against peaceful populations in syria that was not the case and in rock. barack barack >> i will suspect in the next 48 hours or so. >> catherine: thank you very much stephen curry i. >> jacqueline: >> reporter: we are going to have some extra fog in the morning with partial clearing as we get into the late morning hours. temperatures coming done and for sunday changes without water with a weather system coming in. for labor day
clouds in the morning and sunshine in the afternoon and looking pretty nice. and then saturday it would have fog at the coast and sunshine at the rest of the bay area. these are the high clouds coming into southern california. so the calls have thickened through the day sunday. watch the showers picking up in late morning in an early afternoon. the best chance will be for the north bank. light rain hit and miss a variety showers. temperatures for small and mostly sunny skies look for a beautiful saturday for the bay area. upper 80s for the
low 90s if antioch. it looks for 70's and severn cisco and mid-70s. as we go into sunday, again to spotting showers and calls for monday but clearing for the rest of the week coming up. tuesday through friday look for a warming trend. >> catherine: we do not see this too often. as the work continues on the new span as the bridge is closed. some places up the golden gate bridge is traffic is heavy but it looks like it's moving parallel right now. and the san mateo bridge nothing terrible terribly
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> catherine: tuesday schedule is still is still on. as for commuters they are coping the numbers for the theory were up earlier in the week but with the holiday weekend coming up will help correct all that is our top story this friday. >> catherine: that things continue to go well, with a
war could play finish early? >> reporter: stills the early end on that tuesday 5:00 a.m. opening. right now they're still focusing on that tuesday morning at 5:00 a.m. derek here behind me oakland side of the bay toll area the striking is that in most areas. we can show you some of the work that has been done right here at the toll plaza pyrrhic we mention the grinding has been completed and 50 percent of the pace matt pavement on the west and east best that it completed. at the town and he's bound deck should be done tonight.
thousand foot section of the old western approach that is on track. there should be completed and demolished by tomorrow evening or sunday morning. it is pretty much exciting >> it is equally important this is the last major hurdle that we have to get over to get this bridge (so there's a tremendous amount of excitement and we are on track. >> reporter: and we are back live here at the bay bridge toll plaza. continuing to do more striping. already starting to strip again as things are on track for the tuesday opening. at this point is still one commuters
to plan for an opener note earlier than tuesday at 58 am. dan kerman kron 4 news. >> reporter: already catherine, there plenty of hot spot spirit barely moving headed from san francisco to get into the north bay at 101 no. it is just slow as it has been all afternoon. not too bad with all things considered it could be a lot worse as kaplan stated. the san mateo bridge is not as fast as a way better than the golden gate that seems to be a bottleneck. people seem to be having a tough time getting from west to east. that is the latest and will
continue to track the traffic as the bay bridge remains shut down. starting in october of 2008 to end it ends in august of 2013. he is to the support tower going up right there. and the roadway being laid down. the big pieces of deck been put back into place. first cam kind of dust this where they gore wrong globally across the world and their record cool things. so this is one of the things that they reported and but this would be cool to share with you. >> catherine: gabe slate tells you why?
>> reporter: kron4 has a new mobile at this free and for smart phones and tablet to confided in apple's top store or the google place store and the blackberry is were black world occurred it is your spot for local news traffic and sports. when you click on the bay bridge closure tile and you will see a stream of the latest news about the closure. this is the place for up-to-the- minute news and information. and buses and ferries and caltran embarked you name it. there you will find the latest traffic affirmation.
before you head out to be on this bay bridge closure to check and the act. see the bridge is in real time for yourself we have taps choregus the images from the bridge. and inside the app we link you to caltrans construction cam fix on the bay bridge to see the file construction take place to rent the closure from several different thing goes spirit from several different angles. >> catherine: you can also download the new kron 4 mobile app and you can check our facebook and twitter pages. >> reporter: this afternoon secretary of state jack. we
built key findings nab classified investigation into the attack. all this while mr. obama stated he has yet to make a final decision. >> we cannot accept a world where women and children and innocent civilians i guess on lanes tremendous scale. >> reporter: >> american intelligence come committee has high confidence. high confidence
accurate and these are facts. >> reporter: all eyes now are on president obama. >> i have not made a decision on various actions that may be taken. >> reporter: the white house is scrambling to assemble additional support. but the president argues that that assistance is a goal and not any in washington sun and miller reporting >> reporter: look at the readings at the ocean with upper 60s close to 70's. 94 to concord, antioch and
livermore close to 100 today. as we go to the labor day weekend you will notice the temperatures coming back down and a little bit of folk tomorrow. fog the breeze is beginning to pick up at the past have all. sfo. sunshine in the afternoon and the chance for showers, no way, sunday. i will let you know more about that coming out next. >> catherine: the team is using savagely beat a student on a school bus. the board in court with a surprising message a fire burning in and around listening continues to grow. the air attack is helping
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>> catherine: convicted serial killer joseph naso was in court today a jury recently found the 79 four women between 1977 and 1991. >> catherine: now a jury is set to decide whether he should face the death penalty. as kron four's terisa estacio reports, naso - who is representing himself was court today then he was >> reporter:in court - friday joseph naso appeared tired and weak. he sat hunched over in his chair. he was wearing a jail house issued uniform not the suit he was allowed to wear during his trial. and also unlike his trial where he spoke a lot. he had little to say. this as prosecutors presented to the judge evidence they want to use in court next week to convice a jury to give naso a death sentence. >> reporter:prosecutors seen here during closing arguments will be of naso's rape diary to the jury. >> reporter:judge andrew sweet also ruled that a psychologist will be allowed to testify about the suffering a victim could have endured - at the hands of a criminal like naso.
>> reporter:a jury found that naso used pantyhose to strangle some of his victims - there is evidence that he also raped women - including his former wife. >> reporter:naso was found guilty of murdering these four women including roxenne roggasch who's naked body was dumped off the raod here in fairfax in marin county in 1977. her murder and the others went unsolved for years. that is until during a probation check in 2010 at naso's reno home, you see here on a separate crime that is when investigators stumbled upon thousands of photos of women in bondage. they also found laminated obiturias of the 4 women, as well as a detailed note about about 10 women - all dead, cold cases dating back years. >> reporter: next up, the jury will hear evidence from both prosecutors and naso- who is still representing himself. >> reporter:the penalty phase is expected to last at least a week.
>> catherine: san jose police continue to investigate a substitute teacher charged with possessing child pornography. 39-year-old brian westfall was arrested by officers who say they found about 2-thousand pornographic photos at his home. >> catherine: westfall has been a substitute teacher at edenvale elementary since 2006. before that - he worked for the ymca's after-school daycare program at sypolice are still looking into westfall's past for any other illegal activity. >> catherine: during a brief court appearence today - westfall did not enger a formal plea. >> catherine: he faces one felony count of possessing child pornography. if convicted - he faces up
to 3 years in prison. if you're getting away this labor day weekend? than san francisco. >> catherine: and the restaurant has not been shut down for infection the owner released a statement saying that they understood several customers who died at the restaurant on from august 17th to were and that it would be goal line. and that this is an isolated incident. >> catherine: and the yosemite fire continues to grow and why firefighters believe that the aerial you're on timeout leo!
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>> catherine: more than 200,000 a. have burned it is the fifth largest and has reached 316 mi. and 1 mi. better than kansas city and mormon six times larger than san francisco. containment is now up to 32 percent. up from 30 yesterday. >> catherine: crews are talking about full containment within about 3 weeks. more. >> reporter:moving out. this group of u-s forest and park services crew members crane flat in yosemite national park. traveling to a remote area. >> reporter:where they'll drop down and cut fire lines. burn on the ground. to save historic cabins and land. >> reporter:once crews on the ground start the ground burn. the helicopter will also be used to torch the land. and, keep the fire in order. fire fighters say they've remotely piloted aircraft.
cal fire says the aircraft can identify where remote fire activity is located and how it's moving. it can also identify new fires created by floating embers. the park service says controlled-burning operations are extremely effective in stopping a wildfire's forward progress. and, in this case -- it's >> it is just an invaluable to tool right now the fire has a lot of diversion and there's a lot of smoke around it. >> reporter: their best option. in tuolumne county, philippe djegal, kron four news.
>> jacqueline: m. >> reporter: >> reporter: all the way up to 78 degrees of livermore. with this beautiful scene beneath a blue skies. there aren't there is some fall out by the ocean pushing to the bay later tonight. in the meantime we are talking about more readings and low to mid '80s for san jose. san francisco not bad. still 70 degree and 84 oakland. from midnight tonight we will continue to fill in for the over overnight. about 10 or 11:00 sunshine for the rest of the day. but because of the fog in the morning
temperatures will not be quite as warm. sunday some changes with a weather system arriving. could bring some clouds and maybe even in a few showers. temperatures for saturday afternoon, born of the to the upper 70's and low 80s. morgan hill long 88 degrees. low 90s as low as the kids. livermore 89 degrees temperatures topping off at the 70's for hayward and oakland 75 degrees. so not as warm as today but for the north bay we're looking at readings into the 80 spirit sold it looks like a really nice saturday occurred a little cooler for sunday in cloudier. mostly cloudy at
times with a chance for a few spotty showers. in warming trend for the rest of the week and into next weekend. catherine? >>caught on camera. a shoot-out on the streets of florida. why police say these men have no regard for human life. >> catherine: coming up. the woman killed by a caltrain yesterday isher amazing story. and the eastern span of the on. span -- next.
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. within >> catherine: we're in our second full day of the bay bridge closure. drivers have been coping.and finding other ways to get around. and there's no turning back -- as the old span is being demolished as we speak. kron-4's dan kerman has more. >> reporter: here at the toll plaza de concede that there are restarting to strike work is also on track. the thousand section of the old western approach is also on time. at the bay
bridge toll plaza dan kerman and kron 4 news. >> reporter: worth of traffic to restrict the work caltran is able to repair pavement and inspections and clean drawings and other tasks normally done overnight. at the bay bridge jeff pierce kron 4 news. >> reporter: more than 300 square miles but firefighters say that the burnt out operation that they have been all operating has really been significant and slow down the fire significantly to
major progress have been made here. kron 4 news >> reporter:in other bay area news. there was a double murder overnight in pinole. police arrested a 25-year- old man suspected of killing two people in a home on the 1100-block of tara hills drive. they have yet to publicly identify the victims. but a neighbor says his close friend lives in the home >> reporter: the penalty phase is expected to last about a week and expected to start next week. in marin county to assist us >> reporter: 39 year-old
bryant westphal with a substitute teacher at eden build an elementary. he worked prior to that at a white and see a after-school day care program as simons and an elementary. so far interviews with students at eton bill has produced no evidence that westphal was involved in any more other illegal activity or improper product. in san jose rob fladeboe crab kron 4 news.
>> catherine: >> he is a friend and it affects us it affects everyone. especially is not nice to put that into your neighborhood. a murder in your neighborhood? that is tough. what area is pretty tight knit two. ".pretty tight knit too" >> catherine: investigators say the 25-year-old suspect. and woman and man who were killed are somehow related. they're still working on a motive. >> catherine: in belmont - two homes were burglarized by a woman posing as an animal control officer dealing with a snake infestation. police say the woman has targeted several bay area cities, including fremont, union city, millbrae and san mateo. >> catherine: she's described as hispanic - with nose and lip rings and a pierced tongue. police are checking homes with surveillance cameras in the hopes of tracking down the woman and her accomplices.
>> catherine: in palo alto - a woman identified as susan cashion was killed in a caltrain accident yesterday. the 70-year-old taught mexican and latin american dance at stanford for 35 years. >> catherine: she was also was the co-founder of a dance company in san jose. she was hit by the train yesterday morning on the tracks at charleston road. >> reporter: 2 things to take a look at here and on the satellite showers and a weather system. but to geezer going to march for this sunday and by any chance for showers for holiday weekend appeared in the meantime, saturday looks good. monday's labor day looks nice sunday a few showers suspicion in the north the day. no. de north
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>> reporter:the victim reportedly became school officials some of his summer school classmates tried to sell him pot. >> reporter:as pamela brows reports, the legal process may be over but the fallout from the index of stories... >> reporter:watch as this video displayed in juvenile court shows the three 15 year old boys taunting the 13 year-old victim as he crouches in his seatmoments later *this >> reporter:a vicious attack. video so powerful, even the prosecutor choked up. >>"uhm just a moment judge" >>"you could've killed this young man" >> reporter:one of the defendant's legal guardian's, dionne miller says watching the video made her want to save the
victim from her own grandson. >> defenseless and for that to happen to him, you know it just made me angry as a parent. and wanting to be in there to help him." >> reporter:in court, the teens handed over apology letters and blamed their actions on peer pressure after they say the victim wrongly accused them of selling drugs. >>"i listened to what somebody else told me." >>"i was being a follower." >>"i was angry. i felt disrespected because something was said bad about me that wasn't true." >>"had you gone to adult court, there if very little doubt in my mind that you'd be heading to some type of
prison." >> reporter:instead the 3 teens were given indefinite supervised probation. due to their age and first offender status. >> reporter:among the measures --- electronic monitoring, anger management counseling, a strict curfew, community service and drug testing. >> reporter:miller says she believes her grandson has learned a tough lesson. >>miller: when kids, kids are away from home, they do what they choose to do. we've spoken to them several times about hanging around the wrong people, about there things you do, whether there's going to be consequences. >> reporter: this? how does a parent discipline their child after such a vicious act? >>miller: i told him you want to act like a criminal, we're going to treat you like a criminal. if we watch tv, you watch what we watch on television. i said that's how they do it in jail, so that's how we're going to do >> reporter:pamela brown. cnn. clearwater, florida. return
>> reporter:miller says she actually thinks her grandson and the other two boys should have been incarcerated for a few weeks so they understand what it's like. but the court maintained that giving a stricte punishment would have done more harm than good. as for that 13-year-old victim, his grandmother tells us he's now attending too afraid to take the bus. video will help identify three men wanted for shooting at a florida home filled with children. this footage was taken by a nearby surveillance camera around midnight tuesday. you by then the suspects running through the streets. police believe the men were riding in that s-u-v. a statement from the broward county sheriff's office says the home belongs to quincy mcgee. his wife, annie mcgee, was inside at the four children, ranging in ages from two to 18. police >> catherine: driving for a holiday vacation got a little bit more expensive today. we'll show you why gas prices are on the rise.
says gas prices are going up. >> catherine: in san francisco, the price is up a penny to 3-90 a gallon for regular.. oakland and san jose saw similar increases - with the average now 3-79. >> catherine: kron-4's justine waldman shows you why gas prices are starting to jump. try >> reporter: others at the pump or pan average of $3.30 $3.99 a gallon for regular. even the prices are pretty high right now consider this last year's labor day, gas prices were about 13¢ higher and set an all record rate.
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